February 2018 7
If you like pizza, you have a lot of company. Pizza is one of the most popular foods in the United States. It has been estimated that every second, 350 slices of pizza are eaten. Every year, three billion pizzas are sold around the nation. Pizza is responsible for the consumption of 252 million pounds of pepperoni every year. This is one of the most popular ingredients for pizza. Part of the popularity of pizza comes from the fact that it is often delivered. Almost 90% of businesses that sell pizza offer delivery. Need more proof that people like it? At least 93% of all people in the country say they eat it at least once a month. New York makes some of the best pizza on the planet. This means a lot of people ask “how is (more…)
A bar mitzvah is a very important ceremony within the Jewish community. This ceremony celebrates a boy who has turned 13. In addition, this marks the beginning of this boy’s life as a man and also to take part in public worship. For many Jewish families, a bar mitzvah is one of the most important moments to witness in the lives of their child. Considering that, it’s understandable that a Jewish parent will want to ensure that their child’s bar mitzvah is a celebration to remember. With that in mind, here are four great tips to ensure you save money with these four inexpensive bar mitzvah entertainment ideas.
- Save Money on Invitations
You’ll find that one of the most important aspects of (more…)
For busy people, getting the recommended fruits and vegetables can be difficult. It’s important to have at least two and a half cups a day if not more, according to U.S. Dietary Guidelines. Doing so can actually significantly decrease your risk of cardiovascular disease. But in our busy world, family life and fast paced careers and a million other factors can prevent us from having the time to prepare wholesome meals for ourselves and our families. In fact, up to seventy percent of people in the United States are not meeting the recommended guidelines for fruit and vegetable consumption. That doesn’t make our need for fruits and vegetables any less important, but it does mean that we need to seek out alternative ways to get the nutrients we need to stay healthy. (more…)
As businesses look for great ideas to propel their operations, food service management is one of those important strategic decisions that have a direct impact on your business. Hiring a corporate cafeteria service provider allows your organization to focus on the most important part of the business and leaving the experts in charge of the food service management.
These are two main benefits of outsourcing corporate cafeteria vendor for your company
1.Direct Financial Benefits
Cost savings is one of the tangible benefits corporate cafeteria co (more…)
There’s nothing like a can of cold beer to wash away the work week.
The new year is here and with it comes a slew of holidays and birthdays. If you’re thinking of a special gift for a friend but haven’t shaken things up in a while, consider looking into gifts that’ll encourage the weekly habit. Not only are these a great way to add to those end-of-the-week parties, they can be reused over and over again instead of a one-off novelty purchase. A stainless steel beer growler can be taken to large gatherings, while custom growlers can make a great addition to any decorative shelf.
Each country boasts its own brewing history. You have sake in Japan, fermented milk in Kazakhstan and Russia’s classic vodka. Perhaps the best known in the West are German beers, bearing a proud and long history of whe (more…)
Thinking of throwing a fun party? You’ll need some fun ideas.
Food commercials are always throwing around the words ‘fun sized’ and ‘fun for the whole family’, but what does that actually mean when you have an event to organize and dozens of people to please? Barbecue is a tried-and-true American tradition that’s enjoyed during family gatherings, holidays and office parties alike. Not only do you have plenty of delicious meats and vegetables for everyone to enjoy, the food is easy to eat and even easier to make. If you’re (more…)
Planning a wedding can be a stressful, arduous time even though it is filled with love and excitement. From wedding venues to the perfect dress to guest lists to a menu that will make everyone happy, there are a seemingly endless number of things to be decided, purchases, created, and arranged.
The bar, of course, reflects another important choice. Should it be an open bar? A cash bar? Do you tip the bartender still at a wedding reception? If you and your soon to be spouse are prioritizing the bar as one of the most important parts of your wedding, it’s important to look at wedding venues that will allow alcohol on site. Wedding venues range and differ, but most will accommodate whatever type of bar that you choose to have at your wedding. Some wedding venues will even provide the bar themselves for an a (more…)
Top Green Tea Diet
Your daughter has definitely entered an entirely different part of the country. Her phone calls home are about crawfish boils, creole dishes, and other kinds of cajun specialties. Her first three years at college have been south in the state of Louisiana and after she completes her Bachelors Degree this year she may be staying [...]
While we typically think of flowers as something just to be seen, humans have always known that certain flower petals can also be eaten. Today, the crystallized rose petal and other edible blossoms are used in many different ways to enhance our eating experience. Here’s what you need to know about the crystallized rose petal [...]
Few industries are growing as fast as craft brewing. In 2015, the number of operating craft breweries in the U.S. grew 15% to more than than 4,200, which was the most in the history of the country. Craft beer now makes up about 12% of the overall beer market in the U.S., and the craft [...]
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